Berkeley Hall School - Yearbook (Beverly Hills, CA)

 - Class of 1967

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Uze Social Uzird Berkeley Hall's Third Grade, from The Teacher's poinT of view, is a very inTeresTing and acfive class. OuT of The sixTeen children, There are only four girls. Mrs. Richards feels ThaT The class is learning self-discipline, good work habiTs, accepTing respon- sibiliTies, and learning To "sur- vive" Through longer classes. Third Graders enioy Their games period where compeTiTion and enThusiasm are seen. AT The lunch Table, we asked The Third Grade boys if They liked The girls in Their class. An emphafic "Nooo" was heard- a Typical reply for boys of ThaT age. One liTTle boy had a differ- enT reply-"l love everybody," he said. People They like are Julie An- drews, because she's preTTy, George Washingfon because he's famous, and Mrs. Richards be- cause she's nice. When we asked, "WhaT is happiness?" we goT These an- swers: "I Think happiness is changing grades." "Happiness is when l'm aT school wiTh rny friends." "The happiesT Thing aT Berkeley Hall is Berkeley Hall." One of The sweeTesT commenTs of all was one liTTle girl's opin- ion of why if is good To be friendly. She Told us, "l Think iT's good To be friendly because when you have no friends, whaT's lefT?" by Mike Daw Ami Melinda Cflark iv. Tisflliiijl Mrs. Jean Richards TZ. Hitman

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if nu.. , 355 'P' H. W V 1 , .. K.. , .K . F my 'L V . " I , x 'Fi- PWH WK' T -ati 'r-ilgizzsaaatiwllk .7 .::s:,:issvwfW1tW'- .. c my' ..g' Mrs. Lucinda Mae Linke CLASSIC CLASS by Lynn Stringfellow and Bob Brown After a nationwide survey, it has been de- cided that the Second Grade, under the super- vision of Mrs. Linke, is the most likely to succeed in life. Every high ranking school has been visit- ed, but none has been found that ranks higher than Berkeley Hall. Some students were asked what they wanted to bc when they grew up. Some of the answers were- a spy, a lumber-iack, a billionaire, and "an artist who paints drag races." One little girl Said she aspired to be a ballerina but changed that statement to "I want to be a rock 'n roll star." Some second graders said the prettiest ladies in the world were Lady Godiva, and Mrs. Santa Claus. To inquiries concerning her class, Mrs. Linke said that they are creative and courteous and they have great self-control. This year they have learned the Golden Rule, and how to use proper manners. They enioy music, games, and arithme- tic where they learn multiplication and division as well as new math. In reading, they have a Lollipop Tree from which they get a lollipop each time they give a book report. The Second Grade is a class with a classic teacher, who is full of new and interesting ideas. READING TIME by Bob Brown Kindergarten, First Grade, Second Grade, and Third Grade have a brand new library. It is located in the Second Grade room. The new primary library must be under the constant care and supervision of a superb librarian. This of course is the well known second grade teacher, Mrs. Linke, who has had a lot of children'S library work. Even though the collection of books right now seems Small, it is growing every day from contributions by parents and friends of Berkeley Hall. At the present time the primary children have regular scheduled library periods at which time they are able to exchange books. All of the primary children like the new library, and intend to use it every free minute they can. i



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LEARNING WITH LEISURE by Cindy Wissler and Roger Remick Mrs. Linsdell is learning with leisure as she teaches the Fourth Grade. Her students like it that way This year the students are learning both long and short division. Movies ot California have made history of the state come alive. During the leisure halt ot reading, contests are held. ln one of these contests the winner read over l,5OO pages. Science is not a main subiect, but it is encouraged. Here again movies create interest and paint vivid pictures, thus combining learning and leisure. Often a boy or girl brings his proiect which stimulates interest. The boys put on a play about model ships and boats. This study was started when a few boys brought some ships to share at school. Soon there was an impressive display ot ships and boats. Each boy told all about his model. The girls, not to be outdone, put on a play about the customs ot the same time ot the ships. That is not all. The Fourth Grade turned in three maior re- ports this year. Upon being asked to comment on Berkeley Hall one student said "lt's the best school in the world." Another replied "lt teaches you more." Life as we have pointed out is not all toil in the classroom for the Fourth Grade. Field trips to the Southwest Museum tor Indian exhibits and to the Los Angeles Museum were some ot their better moments. 5 i i tn ' r in ln short, the Fourth Grade is an industrious, eager, hungry to learn group who, with the help of their teacher, can make it to the top. Mrs. Helen Linsdell Y

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